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    nygirl131987 posted:
    I've been very worried that I have not gotten my period,its been 2 months and Ive taken 2 pregnancy tests,both were negative.I'm not sure whats going on,I thought maybe my body was regulating back to not being on the pill,but in the past it has not taken this long to get my period.Any advice?
    KittyKatJenn responded:
    Have you considered a blood test? Your body could still be trying to get back on track. I would make an appointment with the doc if I were you. Find out what is going on.
    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    I agree with the pp. I would make an appt or ask for a blood test or combo. Your body might still be getting used to things but it wouldn't hurt to get checked out
    nygirl131987 replied to hgreenwood7058's response:
    Thank you both so much!I'm going to get checked out as soon as I can.

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